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Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Mario Gutierrez on where to spot a 65-foot-tall Jesus and sip “cramp.”

WHEN TEGUCIGALPA GETS a global media mention, it’s more likely for people fleeing the Honduran capital than reasons tourists should visit. In late March, more than 100 residents abandoned the city’s El Hoyo neighborhood after a gang threatened to kill them. It was a credible warning. According to police, there were 867 killings in Tegucigalpa last year, yielding one of the world’s highest urban homicide rates. To

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